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SOLAR/2068-79/05

Monthly

Performance

Report


COLUMBIA GAS SYSTEM
MAY 1979


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U.S. Department of Energy

National Solar Heating and
Cooling Demonstration Program

National Solar Data Program


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NOTICE
This report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by tne United States
Government. Neither the United States nor the United States Department of Energy, nor
any of their employees, nor any of their contractors, subcontractors, or their employees,
make any warranty, express or implied, or assume any legal liab.lity or responsibility for
the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product or
process disclosed, or represents that its use would not infringe privately owned rights.








MONTHLY PERFOfTlrNCE REPORT
COU. IoIA GAS SYSTEM
MAY 1979


I. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


The Columbia Gas System site is a three-story, 25,000 square foot office
building in Columbus, Ohio. The solar energy system, which was added to
the existing building, is designed to provide 30 percent of the building's
total annual thermal energy requirements. The expected annual solar con-
tributions for the three subsystems are 32 percent for space heating,
23 percent for space cooling, and 70 percent for hot water. The collector
subsystem is comprised of 44 Honeywell, Inc. north/south tracking, con-
centrating collectors, facing five degrees east of south. The collectors
rotate about an approximate east/west axis to track the daily variation
in the sun's elevation angle, and direct the solar radiation toward the
absorber tube mounted above the reflectors. The collector array is
arranged in 11 rows with a total gross area of 2,978 square feet.


The collector loop heat transfer fluid is a 47 percent solution of Dowtherm
SR1. Collected solar energy is transferred to the loads, or to a 5,000-
gallon water thermal storage tank via a liquid-to-liquid heat exchanger.
Incoming city water is heated for use as domestic hot water on demand, by
passing it through another heat exchanger, or preheat coil, located within
the water thermal storage tank. A conventional 50-gallon gas-fired hot
water heater augments this solar hot water energy from the tank heat ex-
changer. Solar heated water is also used for space heating and cooling.
This thermal energy is supplied either to fin tube heating coils for space
heating, or to an absorption cniller for space cooling. When solar energy
is insufficient to satisfy heating or cooling demands, thermal energy is
provided by an auxiliary gas-fired boiler.


The solar energy system, shown schematically in Figure 1, has six modes of
operation which are defined as follows:


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Mode 1 Collectors Tracking: In this mode, the collectors track the sun
to collect solar energy. This mode is entered by a four-step process:


1) If measured insolation in the principal plane of the collector
is greater than approximately 175 Btu/ft2-hr, storage tank tem-
perature is less than 2100F, wind speed is less than 20 mph, and
collector array outlet temperature is less than 2400F, then col-
lector loop pump P11 is turned on. At this time a closed valve
(not shown in Figure 1) allows collector loop flow to bypass the
primary side of the collector loop heat exchanger.


2) If flow is detected in the collector loop by a differential
pressure switch, the collectors are rotated to the correct
tracking position.


3) When the collectors have reached the tracking position, a dif-
ferential temperature controller checks the collector outlet
temperature to determine if it is at least 20F greater than
the storage temperature.


4) If this temperature differential is detected, storage loop pump
P10 is turned on to allow flow through the secondary side of the
heat exchanger, and the collector loop heat exchanger bypass
valve is opened to allow flow through the primary side of that
heat exchanger.


The collectors remain in Mode 1 until conditions are met for returning the
system to Mode 2 or Mode 3. While in Mode 1, if the collector outlet tem-
perature drops to less than 50F above the storage tank temperature, then
storage loop pump P10 is turned off and the collector loop bypass valve is
closed to bypass the primary side of the heat exchanger. The collectors
continue to track the sun and collector loop circulation is maintained un-
til the 20oF temperature differential is again met, or until conditions for
return to Mode 2 or Mode 3 are met.


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Mode 2 Collectors Stowed: While in Mode 2, the collector reflectors are
turned downward toward the roof, or stowed, to prevent collector damage from
excessive heat or the elements. This mode is entered from Mode 1 by a two-
step process:


1) While in Mode 1, if one or more of five conditions is met, the
collectors are placed in the stowed position. These five condi-
tions are: a. wind speed greater than 30 mph for approximately
10 seconds; b. measured insolation in the principal plane of the
collector less than approximately 150 Btu/ft2-hr; c. differential
pressure switch senses no flow in the collector loop; d. collector
array outlet temperature greater than 2520F; and e. storage tank
temperature greater than 2200F.


2) When the collectors have returned to the stowed position, storage
loop pump P10 is turned off, the primary side of the collector
loop heat exchanger is bypassed, and collector loop pump P11 is
turned off.


If the collectors were stowed due to an absence of collector loop flow, manual
reset is required before Mode 1 can be reentered. However, if the collectors
were stowed for any of the other four conditions, Mode 1 will be reentered
automatically whenever its entry conditions are met.


"cde 3 Collector Emergency Stow: This mode is used to stow the collectors
in the event of a power failure. This mode is entered from Mode 1 by a four-
step process:


1) If voltage-sensitive relays in all tracking motor phases detect
that any phase has dropped below 70 percent rated voltage, an
erer-ency generator is activated.


2) e.nen the generator has reached operating voltage, transfer switches
autc-ratically transfer the control system and collector loop pump
P11 frcr the normal building power to the emergency generator.


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3) The collector controls cause the collectors to move from the
tracking position to the stowed position in four stages (or
steps) using power from the emergency generator. During each
of the four stages, approximately one-fourth of the total col-
lector array will be stowed.


4) When all collectors have been stowed, the collector loop pump
is turned off. The controls are then reset for return to Mode 1
operation when building power is restored.


When building power has been restored, power transfer switches automatically
return to building power. After a 10-minute delay, the emergency generator
is turned off, and Mode 1 is reentered if its entry conditions are met.


Mode 4 Solar Energy-to-Space Heating/Cooling: This mode occurs when there
is a demand for space heating or cooling and the storage tank temperature
exceeds the minimum value suitable for the loads. If summer operation has
been manually selected by a master controller, this value is 190F. If
winter operation has been selected, solar energy flow begins at 1500F.
These temperature settings are nominal values and can be adjusted by site
personnel if desired. When this control temperature setting has been ex-
ceeded, the boiler gas supply is immediately shut off and flow continues
through the boiler for two minutes to deplete some of the residual energy.
The load supply lines are then switched from auxiliary to solar energy.
When the storage temperature has dropped by 20F, Mode 4 is terminated. If
storage loop pump P10 is operating while Mode 4 is active, part of the energy
supplied to the loads will come directly from the heat exchanger and the
balance will come from storage. If this pump is not operating, all the solar
energy supplied to the loads originates from storage.


Mode 5 Collector-to-Storage: This mode occurs while the collectors are
operating in Mode 1, but the conditions for Mode 4 entry are not met.


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,rile in this rncde, solar energyy is routed directly from the collectors to
storage via the collector loop heat exchanger. Mode 5 is terminated upon
entry tc Mo de 2, 3 or 4.


?lodt E Stcrace-tc-Corestic Hot Water: This mode occurs while a domestic
hot water derand is present. When hot water is being used, makeup cold
water flo~. by supply pressure through the hot water preheat coil in the
storage tank. This makeup water absorbs stored solar energy as it passes
enroute to the conventional hot water heater.


In addition to these six modes, individual collector rows can be stowed if
they overheat. Each of the 11 individual collector rows has a separate con-
trol system sensor indicating absorber tube temperature. If the temperature
of an individual collector row absorber tube exceeds 2600F, that collector
row is stowed. When the temperature then drops below 2200F, that collector
row. resur.es tracking. If the collector row overheats a second time, a manual
reset is required to restart the individual collector row.


II. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION


The system performance evaluations discussed in this section are based
primarily on the analysis of the data presented in the attached computer-
gererated monthly report. This attached report consists of daily site thermal
and energy values for each subsystem, plus environmental data. The performance
factors discussed in this report are based upon the definitions contained in
'ESIR 76-1137, Thermal Data Requirements and Performance Evaluation Procedures
for the National Solar Heating and Cooling Demonstration Program.


A. Introduction


The solar energy system at the Columbia Gas site collected energy on
24 days during May ard supplied 5.0 percent of the total system thermal
energy load. Space heating, space cooling, and domestic hot water heating
received 15.5 million Btu of solar energy during the month. Although
average storage temperatures exceeded the 1500F control set point for


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heating on 26 days during the month, little solar energy was used for space
heating due to the master controller being set for summer operation, which
has a 1900F set point. Space heating was required on 29 days. Space cooling
was required on 30 days.


B. Weather


May is typically a transitional month in Columbus, with a long-term average
outside ambient temperature of 610F, 176 heating degree-days, and 55 cooling
degree-days. This month the actual outside ambient temperature average was
630F, 137 heating degree-days and 74 cooling degree-days were experienced.
The measured insolation in the plane of the pyranometers (five degrees east
of south, with a tilt of 40 degrees from the horizontal) averaged 1,512
Btu/ft2-day, which is slightly less than the expected long-term average of
1,648 Btu/ft2-day. This reduction in available solar energy was responsible
for a slight decrease in solar energy system performance.


C. System Thermal Performance


Collector Of the 139.6 million Btu of incident solar energy on the col-
lector array during May, 82.0 million Btu were incident on the array while
collection and storage pumps P11 and P10 were operating. The system col-
lected 28.0 million Btu, or 20.0 percent of the total insolation incident
on the collector array. This was 34.0 percent of the insolation incident
while the pumps were operating. Since these collectors are tracking con-
centrators, they use only the direct or beam component of solar energy.
While pumps P10 and P11 were operating and the collectors were tracking the
sun during May, a total of 75.4 million Btu of direct solar energy was
incident on the collector array. Of this incident direct solar energy,
37.0 percent was collected by the array, which agrees closely with the
37.9 percent collected in April. During May, pumps P10 and P11 and the
collector tracking motors used a combined total of 1.70 million Btu of
electrical energy.


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Storage Of the 27.97 million Btu of solar energy collected, 21.49 million
?tu were delivered to the storage tank. A total of 8.00 million Btu of
solar energy was extracted from the storage tank. A total of 4.07 million
Btu of solar energy was extracted from the storage tank to preheat domes-
tic hot water. The net energy in storage increased by 0.61 million Btu
during the month. A summary of energy in and out of storage is shown below.
The net then al loss from storage was 12.88 million Btu.


21.49 million Btu energy to storage tank
8.00 million Btu energy extracted from storage tank
13.49 million Btu
0.61 million Btu energy increase in storage tank
12.88 million Btu thermal loss from storage tank


Domestic Hot Water Load The domestic hot water subsystem operated con-
tiruously during May. The daily average hot water consumption was 186
gallons for the month. The 5.16 million Btu of energy added to the sub-
system were comprised of 4.07 million Btu of solar energy and 1.10 million
Btu of auxiliary thermal energy, giving a hot water solar fraction of 79
percent. Hot water was supplied at an average temperature of 1190F and
was replaced with cold water at an average temperature of 640F.


Space Heating Load Space heating was required on 29 days during May.
The space heating load of 82.5 million Btu was supplied by 81.5 million
Btu of auxiliary thermal energy and 1.04 million Btu of solar energy. In
order to provide this auxiliary thermal energy, 164.6 million Btu of
natural gas were required. The ratio of auxiliary thermal energy used to
natural gas supplied showed a boiler conversion efficiency of 49.5 percent.
As previously renticned, storage temperatures must exceed 1500F before
solar energy can be used for space heating. Although average storage
temperatures exceeded 1500F on 26 days during May, the space heating re-
quire-ents ..ere largely provided from the boiler due to a 1900F requirement
for water temperature for the absorption chiller.









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Space Cooling Load The absorption chiller required 221.1 million Btu to
provide 96.6 million Btu of chilled water. Solar energy supplied 10.4
million Btu and the auxiliary boiler supplied 210.7 million Btu to the
absorption chiller. In order for solar energy to be used for space cool-
ing, the temperature in the top of the storage tank must be greater than
or equal to 1900F to run the absorption chiller. If this temperature is
reached, solar energy for space cooling can be supplied directly from the
collector array via the heat exchanger, from storage, or from a combination
of both. During this month, the top storage temperature exceeded 1900F on
six days. Total elapsed time for the six days was approximately 13 hours.
Calculations indicated 305.8 million Btu of natural gas were required to
provide auxiliary thermal energy. The coefficient of performance of the
absorption chiller was 0.44. The total space cooling load in May was 96.6
million Btu.


D. Observations


The solar energy system showed a noticeable improvement in performance in
May, by supplying five percent of the system thermal energy requirement.
This is attributed to a more accurate flow totalizer recently installed in
the domestic hot water subsystem. For the previous six months of system
operation, the net measure solar contribution was between 0.66 and 3.0
percent, which contrasts to an expected solar contribution of 30 percent.
Additional activity is in progress at the site to decrease thermal losses
from storage and reduce collector array tracking limitations. As this
effort continues, a gradual increase in system performance is anticipated.


A problem due to inadvertent flow of hot water through heating coils at
the wrong time is adding to the cooling load. For example, when the
absorption chiller was operating on May 9 as much as 700F temperature drop
across the T470 and T420 sensors was observed from 0620 to 2400 hours with
no flow indication on flowmeter W420. This is due to a backflow forced
through pumps P6, P7 and P8 and adds appreciably to the total building
cooling load. The actual added load is unknown. During the transitional


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season this problem will not be easily solved. When cooling only is re-
,Uircld, the hating coils can be isolated with manual valves and the
i.rLublu. will It eliminated.


A systte prtolen, exists which interferes with utilization of stored solar
.tIr.,,'. For e:aj'!,le, the space heating subsystem report shows that 81.5
milli, n Btu of auxiliary thermal energy was used for space heating and 1.0
nmilliun Btu of solar energy was used for space heating; yet, the average
tfr Lcrature of stored water exceeded 1500F on 26 days.


TK- stored solar energy was available for space heating but not used. This
d:a;,i:rs to te due to "summer operation" which is manually selected by a
:-..ster controller (see Section I, Mode 4). The summer operation selection
causes. solar energy flow from the storage tank to begin when the temperature
is greater than 1900F. The heating system could efficiently use water with a
tenrerature less than 1900F. Re-examination of the automatic control system
is suggested with a goal of increasing the percent of solar energy utilized
from: the storage tank for space heating.


E. Energy Savings


Tre Columbia Gas solar energy system resulted in a savings of 25.83 million
Btu of natural gas during the month. In order to operate the solar energy
systt-i., 1.70 million Btu of electrical energy were used to operate the col-
lector tracking motors and pumps. To allow a direct comparison of natural
gas savings with electrical expense, an efficiency of 30 percent was assumed
for converting natural gas to electricity and transmitting that energy to
th- user. This shows that the 1.70 million Btu of electrical energy were
equivalent to 5.66 million Btu of natural gas. Subtracting this from the
solar i.er ,' fossil fuel savings of 25.83 million Btu gave a net energy
savings of -0.17 i;illion Btu of natural gas when compared to a conventional
syst.; CJr-puted cuLmulative energy savings for October through May were
27.71 million Btu of equivalent fossil energy.


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III. ACTION STATUS


The solar energy system collected energy on 24 days during May and is still
being refined by site personnel. As this activity continues, the solar energy
system will become fully operational and carry a larger portion of the system
load. Collector array modifications are in progress to improve tracking
accuracy, which will increase the solar energy contribution. Site personnel
are also checking the storage tank to determine the source of the high thermal
losses. A maintenance visit was made on May 1 to make adjustments to the
hot water instrumentation.


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AS T'iF I 1. OFMANr)O A CFPDAATE DOMESTIC HOT WATEP i-EATEP IS UQED. f H
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TOT A[L CFrCTIVF ADFA OF 2978 SC FT. THE COLLtECTGC FLUIr IS A 47 rF(F CNT
SCL! ijT N nC r'i )HF IHFM THr SCLAR FNEDGY IJ cR"npE IN A '000 GAI[ CK
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TOTAL SYSTEM 'CPDAT ING ENERGY
TOTAL NF:G(Y CCONSU'I 1


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ODEDATI NrG ENERGY
AUX. THERMAL ENlERGY
AUX. FECTPTC FUEL
AUX. FDSSIL FUEL
FLcCTQTrAL SAVTNGS
FOSSIL SAVINGS


iHO" WATEP
5.150
79
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N.A.
S1106
N.A.
1.826
N.A.
6.776


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74
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1 .700
84 .721
585.030


HEATING
2.*544
1
1.042
15.908
81.502
N.A.
1F4.608
N.737
1 .737


COOLING
Q6.562
5
10.358
67.123
210.710
N.A.
305.810
N.A .
17.264


VILLI'N BTU
TU/SQ.FT.
MILLION 3TU
BTU/SC.FT.
DFGCFP- P
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MILLI
MILLI
MILLI


SYSTEM TOTAL
1F4.2c4 MILLION
5 PERCENT
15.498 MILLION
84.731 MILLION
293.553 MILLION
t.A. MILLION
472.2-25 ILLION
-1.700 MILLION
25.630 MILLION


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SOLAc HEATING AND COOLING DEMONSTRATION OROGRAM

MONTHLY RFon'T
SITE SUMMARY


SITE: COLJMPIA GAS, COLUMBUS, OHIO
RFPnRT OFRIOD: MAYo1079


SCLAR/99q9-79/05


SITF/SYSTFM FS( RIPT InN:
THE COLUMEIA GAS SOt AP ENERGY SYSTEM rROVIDFS HEATING, COOL ING AND
DOMESTIC HOT WA--R FOR A 25,000 SQ FT BUILDING. AUXILIARY HATING A.D
COOLING -N c-GY IS oP'OVIFFD BY A NATURAL GAS BOILFP WIICH FIPES A
100 'O' ArSOOPTION CHILLER OR FLOWS THROUGH FINNED-TUPF PFATING CCIL.
AS THE LnAD DEMANDS. A SEPARATE DOMESTIC HOT WATFR HEATER IS USED. THF
COLLeCTOR ARRAY CONSISTS OF 44 NORTH-SOUTH TRACKING CCNCENTRATCFS WITH A
TOTAl ;FFFCTIVF ARRA OF 2978 SO FT. THP COLLECTOR FLUID IS A 47 PERCENT
SOLUTION OF DOWTHEOM S,!. THE SCLAR FNERGY IS STORED IN A 5000 GALLON
THRPMAL FNFoGY STORAGE TANK.


GENFRAL SI TF DATA:
INCIDENT SOLAR ENERGY


COLLECTED SOLAR ENERGY

AVERAGE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE RtILDIN3 TEMfrERATURE
ECSS SOLAR CONVERSION EFFICIENCY
ECSS OPERATING ENERGY
TOTAL SYSTEM OPERATING ENERGY
-TOTAL ENERGY CCNSUME-)


147.281
532347
29.503
10663F
17
24
0.11
1 .793
89 391
617.206


GIGA JOULES
KJ/SQ.M.
GIGA JOULES
KJ/SQ.M.
DEGREES C
DEGREES C


GIGA
GIGA
GIGA


JOULES
JOULFS
JOULES


CUPSYSTFM SUMMARY:

LOAD
SOLAR "RACTICN
SOLAR ENERGY USED
QoFRATING ENFRGY
AUX. THEoMAL ENG
AUX. ELECTRIC FUEL
AUX. FnSSIL FUtFL
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
FOSSIL SAVINGS


HOT WATFR
5.440
79
4.289
N.A A
1.167
N. A.
1 .926
N.A.
7.149


HEATING
87.084
1
1 .099
16.783
85.Q95
N.A.
173.661
N. ,.
1 .832


COOLING
101 .873
5
10.928
70.815
222.299
N.A.
322.629
N.A.
18.214


SYSTEM TOTAL
194.430 GIGA JOULES
5 PERCENT
16.351 GIGA JOULES
89.391 GIGA JOULES
309.698 GIGA JOULES
N.A. GIGA JOLLES
498.207 GIGA JOULES
-1 .793 GIGA JOULES
27.251 GIGA JOULFS


SYSTEM PERFORMANCE FACTORP:


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mvc ID
|-------- _|


TNCI "ra l
il AP

MI L_ T nN
Rqr j



7. 3P3
0. 5 O. 628
6. 144
6. 1'3
5. 9T5
5. 584
4. 760
4. 101
3. 328
2. 998
5. 30-'
9o Of 0
5. 060
6. 995
6.56'7
7. 5 1 P
6. 02F
4. 1 85
5. q96
4. 997
0. 9 1
0. 425
0. 628
3. 311
3. 230
4. 7'9
6. 100

0. 912

13Q. 60'

4. 50:

0001


1 M_ ':_PIT
I T C r f


I iEGr,-
I--------------
!*
I *
F
47
I 5n
S 60
S 70
f76
77
I 78
78-
S 63
56
64
62
' 5R
59
69
69
74
67
62
61
53
45
53
57
50
64
6!
i 6-

N---------

N ---__I ____I


----~------

Tr
LOADS
MILLION
PTU



1.340
0. 213
1.291
0. 100
0 26 1
0.205
0. 215
0.260
0. 100
0.000
0.000
0. 156
0. 186
1 040
2.138
0. 121
0.000
0.000
1.277
0. 177
0. 167
0.14P
0. 132
0.009
0.003
0. 005
0.280

0. 138

11.031

0.356


a IIX
TH F oMA L
-C FCSS
MILL ION
R-U
r u
N

T

A
p
P
L
I
C
A
9

L
F


N. A

N.A.


PCSS
OPFDATI N
ENEtFGY
MTI LION
PTU



0.075
0.000
0.075
0.076
0*oeo
0.077
0.072
0 .C50
0. 046
0*028
0. 038
0.024
0.074
0.076
0. 0P9
0.089
0.105
0.086
0.039
0.079
0.063
0. 006
0.004
0.002
0.020
0.039
0.058
0.089

0.0030

1.700

0.055
01-- 02


f (cf
PF JE C
MI LL CL
P TU


I r(-
rr v
D EFF Ir
Ix


T

A
p
P





L
C
P
L
F


















N. A.

N A .
---------


0 1f-P

0 .356
0.169
0.1 31
0.082
0.152
0.114
0.055
0.0 24
0.000
0.000
0.029
0.027
0.150
0.317
0.242
0.1 05
0.000
0.218
0.0 ?6
0.171
0.347
0.210
0.003
0.001
0.001
0.047

0.1F2



0.1 11

NI 11


"' )q!IOTETE UAVA!LAFBLE CVTA.
i0 "NCTFP NULL DA'A.
N.*. r"NOTEF NOT APnLICABLE DATA.


PHIO


C( L AR/' -7 C-7c/O


I" A

1E NCCY










SrLAP HEATING AND COOLING DEMCNSTRATICN PPGCCAM


MONTHLY PEPnRT
COLLECTOR ARRAY PERFORMANCE


SITE: COL'JU RIA
PFonpT PFpIOn:


GAS, COLUMRUS, OHIO
MAY,1970


SOLA r/95 99-7 C/Of


DAY
OF
MONTH



1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
'5
16
17
10
1o
20
21
22
?3
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

SUM

AVG

MRST 3


INC TI ENT
SOLAR
EN FoGY
MILLION


*
sTU



7.383
0.599
6. r 28
6. 1 44
6.173
5.a25
5.584
4. 76Q
4.101
3.328
2.998
5.303
5.360
6.595
6.567
7.518
6 026

5.364
4.897
0.981
0 .425
0.628
3.311
3. "30
4.762
6.190

0.912

139.603

4.503

0001


OPFRAT IONAL
INC IDENT
ENERGY
ILL I ON
BTU


*
5.147
0.000
4.553
4.174
4.413
3.815
3.405
1.743
1. 375
1.289
0.473
3.206
2.488
5.341
5.321
5.981
4.879
0.000
4.019
2.744
0.000
0.000
0. 000
0.000
1.583
3.048
5.054

0.000

S1.984

2.645


DAYTIME
AM IENT
TEMP
DFG c


COLLECTCF
ARFAY
EFFICIENCY





0.280
0.000
0.277
0 225
0.217
0.229
C 173
0.111
0 07E
0 044
0 034
C. 192
0. 166
0. 308
0. 32F
0.317


COLLECTED
SOL AR
FNF-GY
MILLION
RTU

*

2. 064
0. 000
1.812
1 444
1.340
1 354
0.964
0.528
0. 707
0.147
0. 101
1.016
0.838
2.034
2. 155
2. 387
1.524
0.000
1.276
0.620
0.000
0.000
C. 000
Oo000
0.000
0.433
0.097
1.918

0.000

27.965

0.002

0100


* 'ENOTc UJNA4V'II AP~L DATA.
F? FNOTrS NULL DATA.
N.A. DFNOTPS NOT APPLICABLE D'TA.


80 0.253
82 0 000
74 0.218
69 0.127
62 0.000
54 0.000
47 0.000
57 0.000
59 0.134
67 0.209
72 0.30C
* *
66 0.000



68 0.200

\ 100











rt NTHI Y v Fo 'n T
S T r A G F rcFOQMANCF


c I : COL L '*IL1 A
nrpnqT Fr Tn :


CMAY, C rLM9
MAY .107


r)AY
nF
Sn NNT


FN-! RGY
P


PU T


1 *

3 1 480
4 0.3000
S1 .32-'
6 1.251
7 1 .100
a 1.127
10 0 .007
10 0.A O
11 0.'35
12 0.101
13 0.077
1 0.646
16 1.458
17 0.906
1 1 70
1 1.349
20 0.000
21 0.F80
? 00.482
07 0.000
24 0.000
25 0.300
2-` 0.000
?27 0.416
28 0.34a
20 1 .47
-0 *
31 0.000

SUM 21 .48t

AVq 0. 93

NPS mI 0200
------- -----_----


ENFPRGY C H A N
F CM C c TrppF
STCRAGF FNfeGY
MILL ICN ILt I ON
PT U T U




0.217 -0.121
1.030 0.150
0.100 -0.045
0.261 0.113
0.205 -0.0 0
0.215 -0.113
0.260 -0.121
0.100 -0.114
0.000 -0.330
0.000 -0.320
0.156 0.430
0.186 0.125
3.704 0.431
1.049 -0.473
0.121 0.083
0.000 0.495
0.000 -0.472
0.749 -0.448
0.177 0.107
0.167 -0.653
0.148 -0.509
0. 132 -C.446
0.009 -0.231
0.003 0.550
0.005 0.751
0.185 1.000
*
0.138 -0.804

8.001 0.F13
I----------- -----
0.258 0.020

0201 0?02


ST- ;-AG
AVERQAGe
TF 3
CEC F


4

175
183
188
187
1 5
186
184
10
178
173
167
166
172
179
180
175
182
182
171
166
158
145
133
125
128
144
168

163


168----------
168
----------I


l r F PGF
EFF IC IF r C V





t

1.000

0.044
C. 40
0. 128
C. 1 12
0.305
-0 .0 :f
-3-. 257
-4.152
0.701
.a481
0. 776

0 .C4
0. 3( 7
1 000
0.518
C 5FR
1 000
1.000
1 000
1 000
1 330
0. G06
0 774

1 000



0.401

NI1 08


* rFNOTFr UNAVAILABLE DATA.
a) )FNOTFS NULL nATA.
N.A. OFNCGTS NOT APPLICABLE DAA4.


H I ri


' f1) L A P F A T I t, A x C A, ( I -,*< C N CT A T I r" p;; ("'ll. A M


:'L bp/oc ce --7c/ (35










SOLAc HEATING AND COCLING DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM


MONTHLY DEPORT
HOT WATEP SUBSYSTEM


TI" F CO UMRIA GAS, COLUMBtUS, OHIO
FpfRT cPI'TflO: MAY,1970


SOL A /9999-79/05


I &A Y
SnF
1 M'1N.
I




3
I 4
4
5
6

S8
S9
9
I 0

12

14
1 i
16
I 17
I 18
I 10
20

S2
23
?4
I
S26
7

29
3 30
S"'1
I -- --

I Slim

S----
I NPS
I----


-OT SOLAR SOLAR
W*ATcg FO.nF PNEPRGY
LC A~ LAn A USFn
MILLION PEr MILLION
"'U CFNT R U

*

0.549 45 0.291
0.324 56 0.213
0.123 91 0. 11 "-
0.111 00 0.100
0.272 O9 0.261
0.217 95 0.205
0.227 95 0.21-
0.?771 06 0.260
0.116 R6 0.130
0. 010 1 0.0000
0.0121 1 0.000
0. 1 77 R, 0. 156
0. 199 04 0.1 6
0.215 94 0.202
0. 1 79 90 0. 151
0.133 91 0.121
0. 011 4 0.000
0.011 0 0.000
0.194 09 0.172
0.192 92 0. 177
0.180 93 0.167
0.163 91 0.148
0.145 l0 0.132
0.019 4 % 0.00C
0.014 21 0.00'
*.016 20 0.005
0.153 88 0.134

0.325 45 0.138

SR.156 4.065

0.1 6 79 0.131

(302 N300 0300


npFp
ENFRGY

MILLION
Tr-U

N
0
T

A
P
P
L
I
C
A
B
L









E









N.A.
N.A 0

0303


AUX
THEPMAL
USED
MILLION
F3TU

*

0.356
0.111
0.011
0.011
0.012
0.011
0.011
0.011
S* 016
0.010
0.012
0.021
0.013
0.013
0.018
0.0121
0.011
0. 011
0.022
0.015
0.017
0.015
0.013
0.010
0.011
0.011
0.018

0. 196

1. 106

0. 036

0301


AUX
ELECT
FURL
MILL TON
PT-U

N
0
T

A
P
p
L
I
C
A
B
L
F


N.A.

N.A.

0305


AUX
FOSSIL
FUFL
MILL ION
RTU

*

0.593
0. 185
0.018
0.019
0.020
0.019
0.019
0.019
0.026
0.017
0.020
0.035
0.021
0.021
0.030
0.020
0.018
0.018
0.036
0.025
0.029
0.025
0.021
0.017
0.019
0.019
0.031

0.311

1.826

0.059

0306


ELECT
ENERGY
SAVINGS
MILLION
PTU

N
0
T

A
0
P
L
I
C
A
B
L
E


















N.A.

N.A.

0311


FOSSIL
ENFF GY
SAVINGS
MILL IF
BTU



0. 4E9
0.355
0. 188
0. 1 7
0. 435
0. 342
0. 359
433
C. 166
0. 000
0. OOC
0. 260
0.309
0. 37
0. 268
0.202
0. CO 1
0.000
0. 266
0. 295
0. 279
0. 246
0. 219
0. 015
0.00E
0. 00oe
0.224

0.231

6. 776

0. 21

031 3


SUP.
hAAT,
TEMP
DEG
F

*

60
60
62
61
60
61
61
62
64
63
63
64
64
64
66
65
70
70
66
66
66
66
66
69
68
67
65

65



64

N305


HCT
WAT.
TEMP
DEG
F

*
*
91
84
93
119
140
135
1361
137
130
138
138
133
129
1361
133
1281
109
101|
127
127
127
119
109
95
92
94
119

118

--
1191

N307


HOT
WIATFR
USFO

GAL

*
*
616
477
162
112
277
215
234
306
117
0
0
206
230
237
188
149
1
0
221
240
246
261
289
29
9
10
175

207

5772

186

N308


* ` FNO"l'r UNAVAILARLe nATA.
7i 3ENOT-S NULL r)4T\.
N.A. DENOTES NOC APPLTICABLE DATA.









O' A HFATiC 43 CO (. L I TN TF M) Ti PA M


MI! ',TFHL PFrP RT
SPACF hE ATI. S.r"SYSTEM


F- H- In:G
A r- r t f- iAq D A




1 4T H T NG
I 'M-N. i COAr)
I 'T1 L ION
|_- _


I
I 5
I 6

I 8


0
S11
1 !
13
S14
15
1"-
17
1 a
19
0PO
I 1
?2
1?3
24
25
2f
27
29
290



1 SUM

I aVG

1 ----
I -- --


. 745
4 705
4.782
2.676
1. 596
0.656
0 334
0.030
0.000
1. 392
7.372
2.389
.*868
* .739
3.570
1 6420

0. 645
1 .621
?.674
2.623
4. 786
6.478
4.017
3. 3 06
3.3069
3. 225


1.976

92.544

P.663

0402


AS, COI ~O RUS, CHI1
M.A Y, 1 q70


l_ A P
T M




3
0
6
0
0

0
0
0
0
ot

0
0

8
0
0

7
0
0
0
0
0

0

1





1


Sot. AP
FNFPGY
USF1;
ILL TON
rTU



0. I11
0.000
0.275
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.00 0
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.00)
0.000
0 11
0.295
0. 000
0.030
0.00.)
0.113
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.003

0. 332

0.000



0.034
104042



04a00


OPF
C7 N C 7 Y
F"F.GY

MILLIr"N
FTU



0.7t9
0.737
0.616
0.315
0.210
0. 099
0. 054
0.000
0.000
0.303
0.647
0.465
0.693
1 .006
0.750
0.365
0.312
0.205
0.415
0.558
0.535
0.023
1 .42 1
0.737
0.620
0.566
0.617

0.433

1 5.908

0.513

Q403


AUX
THERMAL
USF D
MILLI N
tTU



3. 636
5.9 56
4.507
2.676
1.596
0.656
0.334
0.000
0.000
1 .392
J.J72
2.389
2.868
3.623
3.275
1.f 42
1.420
0.645
1.508
2.6 74
2.623
4.786
6.478
4.017
3.306
3.068
3. 192

1.976

81.502

2.629

0401


AUX
Ft.FC'
FUL
MILLION
PTtl
RTU T

N

0

A


L
I
C
A

L
E


















N. A.

N A.


A UX
FOc I L
t UEL
MILL TION
5TU



5.441
8. Q26
7. 134
4. 35F
2.418
0.927
0.52e
0.000
0.000
4. 22
8.938
5.737
6.720
7.039
6.350
4.068
3.670
2.317
4.110
5.848
5.726
8.956
10.197
8.485
7.758
8.030
6.226

4.44-

164.608

5.310

Q410


EL FC T
FNF RGYr
SAVINGS
MILL I P '
PTU





A
p
P




E
L
E


















N.A.
N .A

Q415


-F( .>T!.IL
Ft cy I
F v Tc Y I
SAVI FG
MILL IC .
FTL



0 1 P4

0.4F<
0.000
0.OCO
0 .000
0.000
0 .000
0.000
O.OOC


0.000
0.000


0.000


C0.189
0.000
0.000
0.000
0 000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.054

0.000

1 .737

0.056

0417


-" )t-I )TcS UNAVAILAPBL r) ATA.
l )MF0OTCE NULL DATA.
'!.A. OFNnT' S NCT A"DI ICAEL ODATA.


7C.
F



74
74
72
72
7
75
76
76
76
76
74
75

75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
7 -
73
73

74

76
75





74

N406


AMP


".-cG.
F




47
50
70
7f.
7 J

78
78


64
62

59
69
69
74
67
62
61
53
45
=3
57
C-
F9
64

1 66
f-6

63

N113









SOLAR HFATI\NG AND COCLINCG FMONSTRATION PROGRAM


MONTHLY REPnRT
SPACE COOLING SU3SYSTEM


STTE: COLUMBIA GAS, COLUMBUS, OHIO
-FOOrT oFIOor): M Y, 1979


SCLAP/9999-79/05


DA Y
I----I

nF)
MON.



1

3
I
5
I
7


10
1 1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
?








I ---
24











I --- _
25
26
27
?8
29
30
31

SUM

AVG
I NRS-


SPACE SOLAR SCLAP
COOLING R P. OF FNFRGY
LOA) L OA USEr)
MILLION DCT MILLION
RTU TU



"'.OO 9 0.f76
2.057 0 0.000
0.904 13 0.730
1.468 11 0 .702
3.893 0.247
4.588 5 0.6f-7
6.311 4 0.423
7.10? 0 0.000
5,38? 0 0.000
2.385 0 0.000
1.538 0 0.000
3.429 0 0.000
3.904 0 0.000
2.076 14 0.674
2.922 34 1.627
4.171 26 1.695
1.752 11 0.635
2.1731 0 0.000
5.209 13 0.996
3.225 0 0.000
5.029 0 0.000
2.257 0.000
0.000 0 0.000
1.046 0 0.000
1.273 0 0.000
1.575 n 0.000
3.182 2 0.124

5.357 0 0.000

96.56' 10.358

3.*115 5 0. 3'4

0502 N500 0500


OPEP
ENFPGY

MILLION
BTU


*
1.873
2. 197
1.391
2. 122
2.932
3.109
3.204
3.276
3.125
2.147
1.816
2.416
2.328
1.589
1.672
2.551
2.077
2.214
2.676
2.420
2.661
1.577
0.000
1.021
1.438
1 .851
2.020
*
2.925

67.123

?. 1 65

0503


AUX
THERMAL
USED
MI LL I ON
9TU



6 .640
7.159
4.822
6.531
10.910
13.000
13.051
11.830
0.813
6.471
5.309
7.121
7.153
3.765
3.995
6.130
4.207
5.068
7.817
6 .580
8.787
4.613
0.000
3. 338
4.440
5.434
6 .475

9.848

210.710

6.797

C50 1


AUX
FLFCT
FUEL
MILLION
BTU

N
0
T

A
P
P
L
I
C
A
P
L
E


















N. A.
N.A. --


AUX
FOSSIL
FUEL
MILLION
BTU



10.338
10.429
7.650
10.715
16.883
20.603
20.529
19.020
16.472
8.705
4.763
9.905
9.199
4.887
5.423
8.760
6.308
8.363
11.208
9.276
12.569
5,6 39
0.000
3.874
5.070
6.093
9.414

14.124

305.810

9.865

0508


ELECT
ENERGY
SAVINGS
MILLION
BTU

N1

T

A
P
P
L
I
C
A
E
L
E

















N A.
-IA

N.A.

0512


* ENOTES UNAVAILARLF 'ATA.
DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DFNOTFS NOT ADPLICABLE DATA.


FCSSIL
ENE\ F GY
SAV1 tGS
MILL IC r
FTL



1 .3C4
0.000
1.217
1.170
0.412
1.111
0 705
0.000
0.000
0 .OCO
0.000
0.000
0.000
1 .124
2.712
2.824
1 .0EE
0.000
1 .6t 0
0.000
0.000
C,.0000


0.000
0 .000'

0.000
0.207

0.000

17.2c 4

C .557

051 4


BL D
DRY
BULE
TEMPI
F
-- --


74
74
72
72
73
75
76
76
76
76
74
73
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
73
73
73

74

76



74

N406


AMB
TFMP

DEG
F



60
47
50
60'
70
76
77
78
78
63
56
64
62
58
59
69
69
74
67
62
61.
53
45
53
57
59
64

66



63

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MO NTHLY RFprpT
FNVI RONN NAL SUMMARY


I -' : C 'i UMAI A GAS, COL tUMIUS, OHTIO
f-r ncT D PT- I O0: Mr A Y 1 7


OAY


1- ,--


2I
3
4

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
1
10
20
1
22
23
24
25
?6
?27
29
29
30
31

CUM

4 \G 1

NRS I |
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T T A L
IT\CPL A- I *'ij

FAr U/Su. FT



2470
201
222f
206-
2073
10939
19 75
1601
1 37 7
1117
1 00 7
1791


220'
2524
2023
1405c
1069
1 645
3-9

21 1
11112

15Q9
20P2
*
306

46878

1512

0001


P I
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F USF
ACTION


PTU/SQ.F

*
*
449
187
335
501
560
503
642
769
753
708
575
598
69?
308
323
413
392
88PC
682
719
215
141
204
860
567
597
483

289

15903

516


AV- (TIENT
Tf MPERATU- F

DEG F


*
60
47
50
60
70
76
77
78
78
63
56
64
62
53
50
69
69
74
67
62
61
53
45
53
57
59
64

66



63

NI 1l3


rAVT IMF
AMHT FNT
TFMP
DFG F

*

63
46
58
70
79
84
86
95
85

72
59
73
60
68
60
7$
80
82
74
69
62
54
47
57
59
67
72

66



68


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HUMID I T

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SOLAQ HATING AND CCOLING DEMONSTRATICN FPOCPAM


MONTHLY PF ORT
THERMODYNAMIC CONVERSION F


SITE: COLnUMBIA GAS. COLJMnUS, OHIO
RpPnRT pr9IOD: MAY.197Q


EQUIPMENT


SCLAR/9c99-79/0!


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DAv
OF
MONTH



I
2
3
&
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1?
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
2?
?
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

SUM

AVG


ROUT )MENT
LOAD

MILL I ON






1.468
3.893
4.588
6.?11
7.102
5.382
2.385
1.538
3.420
3.904
?.376


1.75?
2. 177
F.209
3. 225
5.029
2.-257
0.00
1. 46
1.273
1.575
3.182

5.357

96. 62

3.115


THEPMAL
ENERGY
INPUT
MILLI ON
PTU



7.476
7.159
5.553
7.233
11.167
13.667
13.474
11.830
9.813
6.471
5.300
7.121
7.153
4 .440
5.623
7.825
4.842
5.068
8 .813
6.580
8.787
4.613
0.000
3.338
4.440
5 .434
6.599

9.848

221 .068

7.131


OP EATING
ENERGY

MILLION
RTU

*

1. 108
1.560
1 .059
1.616
1.880
2.033
2.048
2.080
2. 031
1.,69
1.566
1.635
1.652
1.214
1.078
1.666
1.611
1.682
1.769
1.632
1.808
1 148
0.000
0.848
1. 198
1.558
1 383
*
2. 036

47.230

1.524


ENFRGY
REJECTED

MILLION
BTU



11 .713
10.372
6.380
9.888
16.892
20.272
21.880
20.881
17.167
10.143
7.698
11.754
12.059
7.079
8.777
11.825
7.077
8.385
14.609
11.201
14.414
8.025
0.000
4.882
6.209
7.915
10.385
*
16.542

348.111

11.229-


* ENO ES UNAVAILABLE DATA.
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N.AA. ENOTFS NOT APPLICABLE DATA.
NOT" :
Coefficient of Performance =


Equipment Load
Thermal Energy Input


COFFF ICTENT
OF
PEPFCFMARCE
(SEF NCTE)






0. 163
0.203
0. 34C
0.336
0.468
0.600
0 549
0 369
GO 290
0.482
0 559
0.482
0.520
0.533
0. 362
0 429
0.591
0.490
0. 572
0.489
0. 000
0 213
0 .2P7
0 290
0.4&2
*
0.544

0. 437

0. 014









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1
2 *
3 0. 896
4 14.370
5 9. 950
6 212
SI 4. 63




1 5P. 44/
13 9. 7RC,
14 1 6.1 9) -
15 1. 364
16 0 O. 977
17 0.41
1 '. C)71
19 4.452
20 3. a3~
21 1 0.459
22 o. 463
23 1 2, 941
24 1 0. 003
25 3. 70
26 7.231
27 8. P I5
263 9. q2p7
29 11.209
30
31 3. 64

SUM 24 44. 86

AVG 7. q0Q
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FRAC" I A r

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pFFRFN'T



*
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
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0




0
0


SCLAP
FNFPGY
USF C
MILL ION
RTU

*

1. 047
0.000
1.178
1.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0. 000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.P3*
1 .977
.0000
0.000
0 000
1. 105
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0 000
0.000
0. 000
0.146

0.000

6. 965

0.225


CDEF
ENgPY

MI LL I CN
RTU

*
*1
2.642
2.c34
2.007
2.437
3.143
3.208
3.258
3. 276
3.125
2.450
2.463
2.881
3.0?22
2.595
2.422
2.915
2.390
2.419
3.091
?. 978
3. 196
2.501
1.421
1 757
2.057
2.417
2. 637

3.358

83.031

2.678


AUX
THEPRAL
I i LFrU)
MIILL'ON
PTU

*:
*
9. 849
14.396
8.772
8.212
4.606
4.291
2.704
0.000
0.000
5.443
9.785
6. 63
11 064
0. 0 3
8.437
6.9711
4.452
3.*439
9.354
9.463
12 041
10.003
3.7 70
7.281
8. P05
Q.827
11.i063

13.6 49

237, 900

7.674


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MILL ICN
9TU

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N.A.

N.A.


AUX

FUFfL
VILL IGO
PTU

*
*
15.77&
19.354
14.784
15.07 1
19.301
21.549
21 .057
19. 020
16.472
13.0?7
13.700
15.(642
15.919
11 .c26
11.772
12.828
9. 978
10*679
15.319
15.124
18.294
14,505
10.197
12,359
12.828
14.122
15 .C4 0

18. 56

470.417

15.1751


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0.000
0.000

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1. 97

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0.000

0.000
1 .e42
0.000
0.000
0. 000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.243

0.000

11 .609

0.374


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